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Heartland Wrestling Association
Heavyweight Championship
(January 5, 1996 - Present)
Won By: Won From:     Date: Event: Location: Length of         
Title Reign:         
D-Lo Brown Tournament Jan. 05, 1996        -- Fort Wright, KY, USA 64 days     
Bobby Blaze D-Lo Brown Mar. 09, 1996        -- Ashland, KY, USA 7 days     
D-Lo Brown (2) Bobby Blaze Mar. 16, 1996        -- Lima, OH, USA 77 days     
** Title Retired ** D-Lo Brown Jun. 01, 1996        -- -- 3 yrs, 359 days     
D-Lo Brown vacates the title after being called back to the W.W.F. Roster.
Race Steele Tournament May 25, 2000        -- Cincinnati, OH, USA 226 days     
Steele defeated Chip Fairway in the finals of a tournament for the re-activated title.
Chad Collyer Race Steele Jan. 06, 2001        -- Rising Sun, IN, USA 52 days     
** Title Vacated ** Chad Collyer Feb. 27, 2001        -- -- 0 days     
Collyer vacated the title after leaving H.W.A. to go to England.
Shark Boy Tournament Feb. 27, 2001        -- Cincinnati, OH, USA 17 days     
Shark Boy defeated Matt Stryker and Dean Jablonski in the finals of a tournament for the vacant title.
Race Steele (2) Shark Boy Mar. 16, 2001        -- Rising Sun, IN, USA 113 days     
Cody Hawk Race Steele Jul. 07, 2001        -- Cincinnati, OH, USA 28 days     
Race Steele (3) Cody Hawk Aug. 04, 2001        -- Batavia, OH, USA 5 days     
Nick Dinsmore Race Steele Aug. 09, 2001        -- Cincinnati, OH, USA 9 days     
Race Steele (4) Nick Dinsmore Aug. 18, 2001        -- Dayton, OH, USA 43 days     
** Title Held-Up ** Race Steele Sep. 30, 2001        -- Jeffersonville, IN, USA 45 days     
The tile was held-up after a match against Mark Jindrak.
E.Z. Money Tournament Nov. 14, 2001        -- Dayton, OH, USA 56 days     
Money defeated D'Lo Brown in the finals of a tournament for the held-up title.
Charlie Haas 6-Man Tag Match Jan. 09, 2002        -- Dayton, OH, USA 20 days     
Haas pinned Tag Team Champion Val Venis in a 6-Man Tag Team "All Titles on the Line Match" which also included Venis' partner Steve Bradley, The Island Boys (Jamal & Rosey) and the champion E.Z. Money. Stipulations of the match stated that if Haas pinned any member of the other team, he would win the heavyweight title and if The Island Boys pinned a member, they would win the tag team titles.
E.Z. Money (2) Charlie Haas Jan. 29, 2002        -- Dayton, OH, USA 45 days     
Money was awarded back the title after a loophole in the contract of the 6-Man Tag Match was revealed.
Rico Constantino E.Z. Money Mar. 15, 2002        -- Dayton, OH, USA 2 days     
Race Steele (5) Stevie Richards Mar. 17, 2002        -- Cincinnati, OH, USA 3 days     
Stevie Richards Rico Constantino Mar. 20, 2002        -- Jeffersonville, IN, USA 49 days     
Johnny The Bull Race Steele May 08, 2002        -- Dayton, OH, USA 11 days     
Lance Cade Johnny The Bull May 19, 2002        -- Jeffersonville, IN, USA 62 days     
Johnny The Bull (2) Lance Cade Jul. 20, 2002        -- Batavia, OH, USA 0 days     
Lance Cade (2) Johnny The Bull Jul. 20, 2002        -- Batavia, OH, USA 1 day     
Cody Hawk (2) Lance Cade Jul. 21, 2002        -- Jeffersonville, IN, USA 58 days     
Matt Stryker Cody Hawk Sep. 17, 2002        -- Cincinnati, OH, USA 53 days     
Chet Jablonski Matt Stryker Nov. 09, 2002        -- Batavia, OH, USA 55 days     
Matt Stryker (2) Chet Jablonski Jan. 03, 2003        -- Batavia, OH, USA 80 days     
Cody Hawk (3) Matt Stryker Mar. 24, 2003        -- Wilmington, OH, USA 5 days     
Matt Stryker (3) Cody Hawk Mar. 29, 2003        -- Wilmington, OH, USA 17 days     
Big Al Matt Stryker Apr. 15, 2003        -- Cincinnati, OH, USA 17 days     
Chad Collyer (2) 4-Man Battle Royal May 02, 2003        -- Aurora, IN, USA 127 days     
Collyer wins a 4-man Battle Royal that involved the champion, Big Al, Chet Jablonski and Cody Hawk.
Nigel McGuinness Chad Collyer Sep. 06, 2003        -- Batavia, OH, USA 119 days     
Hoss Nigel McGuinness Jan. 03, 2004        -- Batavia, OH, USA 3 days     
Nigel McGuinness (2) Hoss Jan. 06, 2004        -- Cincinnati, OH, USA 71 days     
El Temor Nigel McGuinness Mar. 17, 2004        -- Cincinnati, OH, USA 13 days     
Rory Fox El Temor Mar. 30, 2004        -- Cincinnati, OH, USA 360 days     
Shawn Osborne Rory Fox Mar. 25, 2005        -- Dayton, OH, USA 84 days     
Matt Stryker (4) Shawn Osborne Jun. 17, 2005        -- Cincinnati, OH, USA 98 days     
Cody Hawk (4) Matt Stryker Sep. 23, 2005        -- Cincinnati, OH, USA 39 days     
** Title Vacated ** Cody Hawk Nov. 01, 2005        -- -- 61 days     
Hawk was stripped of the title after testing positive for performance enhancing drugs.
Pepper Parks Tournament Jan. 01, 2006        -- Cincinnati, OH, USA 128 days     
Parks defeated Jon Moxley in the finals of a tournament for the vacant title.
Jon Moxley Pepper Parks May 09, 2006        -- Cincinnati, OH, USA 126 days     
Chad Collyer (3) Jon Moxley Sep. 12, 2006        -- Cincinnati, OH, USA 56 days     
Pepper Parks (2) Chad Collyer Nov. 07, 2006        -- Cincinnati, OH, USA 28 days     
** Title Vacated ** Pepper Parks Dec. 05, 2006        -- -- 25 days     
Parks vacates the title after being "Called Up".
Jon Moxley (2) Fatal 4-Way Match Dec. 30, 2006        -- Dayton, OH, USA 3 days     
Moxley defeated J.T. Stahr, "Buffalo Bad Boy" Brian Jennings and Matt Stryker in a fatal 4-wat match for the vacant title.
Brian Jennings Jon Moxley Jan. 02, 2007        -- Cincinnati, OH, USA 1 yr, 16 days     
B.J. Whitmer Brian Jennings Jan. 18, 2008        -- Dayton, OH, USA 9 yrs, 337 days